Free Press Journal
  • Sale of LED tube lights, ceiling fans launched in Bhopal state

    BHOPAL: The sale of LED tube lights and fans was launched by Vijendra Singh Sisodia, chairman and Manu Shrivatava, MD of Madhya Pradesh Urja Vikas Nigam Limited on Thursday at Urja Bhawan Bhopal under UJALA scheme.

  • Bhopal: 13 IAS officers transferred

    BHOPAL: The state government, general administration department, has posted 13 Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officers of 2014 batch. These officers will join their postings as sub-divisional officers-revenue (SDO).

  • Indore: Auto driver flees with bag containing Rs 2.45 lakh

    Indore: An auto rickshaw driver fled with a bag containing Rs 2.45 lakh after dropping a cloth merchant in Central Kotwali area on Monday. Trader cried out for help but the accused managed to make good his escape. Police are trying to locate him and have filed a case.

  • Indore: Jewellery worth Rs 3 lakh stolen from locked house

    Indore: Thieves struck at a locked house in Azad Nagar area and decamped with jewellery and other goods from there. Police have registered a case and started an investigation into the case.

  • Bhopal Cops nab two while gambling

    BHOPAL: The Chhola Mandir police on Thursday arrested two youths from Kalyan Nagar while they were gambling and recovered Rs 38,700 from their possession.

  • Mock fire drill at Raja Bhoj Airport in Bhopal

    BHOPAL: A mock drill was conducted to deals with emergencies like fire at Raja Bhoj Airport on Thursday. Airport Authority was informed about the drill. The authority informed to police, Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC), CISF, ASF, ambulance.

  • Why are you afraid of MNS, Bombay HC asks BMC

    Mumbai: Asking if the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) is scared of the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) in regard to taking action against illegal hawkers, the Bombay High Court on Thursday came down heavily on the civic body.

  • Indore: Coloniser held for fraud

    Indore: City police have nabbed a coloniser, who had defrauded a plot owner of his colony on the pretext of giving another plot to him and refused to give possession of any.

  • Shivraj Singh Chouhan

    Bhopal: ‘Implement 11-point agenda, celebrate Foundation Day with gusto’

    BHOPAL: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, during video-conferencing with collectors, here at Mantralaya on Thursday, urged them to celebrate Madhya Pradesh Foundation Day with enthusiasm. He said Madhya Pradesh has become a mature entity aged 60 years and it is touching new heights of development.

  • Indore: 55-yr-old killed in mishap

    Indore: A 55-year-old man was killed after an unidentified two-wheel rider hit him in Rajendra Nagar area on Wednesday.

  • Mumbai Deonar fire: SP leader to raise demands with civic chief today

    Mumbai: The Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) had planned a series of steps to prevent fire in the Deonar dumping ground. All those assurances have not been fulfilled by the civic body yet, says Raes Shaikh, leader of the Samajwadi Party.

  • Names of players selected for sports awards declared

    BHOPAL: The department of sports and youth welfare has announced the names of selected players and coaches for its Vikram, Eklavya, Vishwamitra and lifetime achievement sports awards-2016. This year, 14 junior players will be given Eklavya award, Vikram award will be given to 10 senior players and 2 sports coaches will be conferred with Vishwamitra award. The selected players and coaches will be given awards in a programme on November 10 in

  • Indore: Medical university forces NRI medicos to cough up Rs 13.5 Lakhs

    Indore: Snapping association with conventional universities and forming affiliation with Madhya Pradesh Medical Science University (MPMSU) has proved dearer to medical college students in the state, especially to Non-Residents of India (NRIs).

  • Ryan’s tiny-tots celebrate Grandparents Day

    BHOPAL: The tiny tots of Ryan International School, Bhopal celebrated Grandparents day with tons of joy and fun. The celebrations were meant to acknowledge the important role which grandparents play in our lives.

  • Mumbai: Pothole filling, the same old story likely to be repeated

    Mumbai: Seems like there is no end to the city’s pothole woes since the contractors assigned for the civic body’s controversial project of repairing city’s 1004 roads worth Rs 2,700 crore, will be using the same material that was used the previous year.

  • Fresher’s party at Scope College of Engineering

    BHOPAL: A fresher’s party was organised at Scope College of Engineering. The students of first year of diploma, courses like BE, MBA, MCA and MTech were welcomed.